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What is useful of a topographic map?
Question Date: 2007-11-17
Answer 1:

There is a very interesting site where you can learn more about your questions. Reading this site I learned that topographic maps are useful tools for planning highways, recreation areas, airports, housing developments, industrial sites, selecting pipeline and power-line routes, for agricultural research, property surveys, and natural resources management. For you, topographic maps may be useful for recreational activities such as hiking, boating, camping fishing or hunting.

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